This is the second installment of Our Honeymoon series. To see part I, click here.
We headed out from Sveti Stefan, Montenegro, a little unsure of ourselves. Our goal was to check into an AirBnB that night in Dubrovnik, Croatia, and grab oysters on the Peljesac peninsula for AG’s birthday. But without a GPS or a data plan on our phones, navigating across 2 borders was going to be a challenge.
“Did you check the route on Google? How long is it?”
“Only 2 hours!” my husband replied.
“Let me see that.”
I grabbed the phone and noticed that part of our route included going over the Adriatic sea.
“Hmm…did you know we’re supposed to take a ferry on this route?”
Ferries are fine, and we planned to take a long one from Croatia’s coast to the island of Hvar later in our trip. But a ferry from Montenegro to Croatia would mean waiting for the ferry schedules to line up with ours, as well as paying for fare. I didn’t want to sacrifice going to Peljesac for an hour’s wait then take a pricey, 20 minute ferry ride.
“There’s this other route, here.”
“Yeah, but that one goes through Bosnia.”
Bosnia Herzegovina– a mysterious country we’d only associated with the words Kosovo and Serbia and the war. But we’d only be in the country for an hour before crossing to Croatia. So…
“Let’s do it.” Continue Reading →